Ten ‘Birmingham City fans’ sought by police following match-day disorder

West Midlands Police has shared an appeal to identify ten men in relation to disorder at a Birmingham City match last season

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Police investigating disorder at the Derby County vs Birmingham City match earlier this year are asking for the public’s help to identify ten men.

The game, which took place on Sunday 30 January at Derby’s Pride Park Stadium , saw significant disorder inside and outside the ground.

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Derbyshire police say the men pictured are understood to be Birmingham City fans who attended the game and officers are keen to speak to them in relation to the disorder.

A spokesman for Derbyshire police, said: “Anyone with any information is asked to contact Derbyshire police using any of the below methods, including reference 22*301338:

• Facebook – send us a private message to our Facebook page

• Twitter – direct message our contact centre via @DerPolContact

• Website – We have several crime reporting tools on our website or use our online contact form

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• Phone – call us on 101 - You can also anonymously contact the independent charity Crimestoppers, on 0800 555 111, or by visiting the CrimeStoppers website.”

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